Cuban medicine in the world 

Those who did everything possible to discredit and prevent Cuban medical cooperation during Donald Trump's administration, must have been surprised to hear the information provided by Dr. Jorge Delgado Bustillo, Director of Cuba's Central Unit for Medical Cooperation when he said that 25 brigades with some 2 500 Cuban collaborators are still fighting Covid-19 around the world. Dr. Jorge assured that in the last six decades, and in spite of the U.S. blockade, Cuban health professionals have assisted nearly one third of the global population. ... More

Radio Havana Cuba celebrates the 60th anniversary of its creation as an experimental shortwave radio station, on the air in 1961.  Those were difficult times, and it was intended to fill the gaps in the information battle that the young Cuban Revolution was waging against a virulent campaign of slander unleashed against our country by the press responding to the U.S. imperialism.  Two years earlier, Prensa Latina, another achievement of the Revolution, had been founded to this end.... More

Imminent danger

Due to an excessive drive for profit and comfort, much of the world is failing to meet most of its commitments to protect the environment, prevent global warming and curb extreme natural phenomena, the UN recently warned.... More

Unequal distribution of vaccines

Seldom has humanity been affected in such a global way by a pandemic as this one of COVID-19, which has spread to the entire planet and, at the same time, there has been a fragmented, scattered and clearly insufficient response given the significance of the challenge.... More

Impoverished Haiti

Over the last few weeks, Haiti has made the headlines due to the protests organized by political parties and other social sectors to demand the removal from power of President Jovenel Moïse -- who has the support of the United States and the Organization of American States, OAS.... More

Dismantling slanderous lies 

World Health Organization researchers are conducting an investigation in the city of Wuhan, China, to track down the origins of the coronavirus.  Thus far, they have determined that the virus came from an animal source, therefore it was not designed in or escaped from any laboratory at all.... More

Ecuador's Lenin Moreno will soon go to the undignified dustbin of regional presidents, along with former U.S. President Donald Trump. ... More

Dirty business 

Even though uncertainty, pain and death are spreading throughout the world due to the uncontrollable pandemic of COVID-19 -- with millions of infections -- someone always finds the opportunity to make juicy business out of this tragedy and others will simply consider it normal behavior of our species to maintain a selfish attitude before adversities.... More

Living on borrowed money

The global economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has reached such proportions that -- for the first time since World War II -- the global public debt at the end of 2020 was the equivalent to the 98% of the Gross Domestic Product, GDP.  That means that for every dollar earned in the world, 98 cents are owed and only two cents are left to meet all daily needs.  Seems absurd... but true.... More

This year, the COVID-19 pandemic will make it impossible to carry out the celebration of the traditional March of Torches held every January 27th and attended by tens of thousands of students, as well as the top leaders of the Revolution.  The annual march starts at the University of Havana and ends at the Fragua Martiana, a landmark where José Martí suffered unjust and cruel imprisonment as a teenager.... More

An honorable judge

News recently broke of the death of Chilean judge Juan Guzmán Tapia, the first lawyer in that country to lead investigations and prosecute dictator Augusto Pinochet, although some judicial mechanisms failed to enforce the regulations in this case.... More

Max Lesnik, one of the Cuban-Americans who has remained loyal to our country, has lived in Florida for many years.  Today he is the director of Radio Miami Television.  He praises the first measures implemented by the new administration of Joe Biden, and foresees a new phase in Cuba-U.S. diplomatic relations. ... More

Worrying strains

The discovery of new strains of SARS-CoV-2 poses a real concern to the entire world, since they hinder the fight against the pandemic that has already caused more than 96 million infections and two million deaths, according to the latest reports.... More

Vaccines and concerns 

According to official records as of yesterday, nearly 40 million people had been inoculated against COVID-19, but most of these recipients live in developed countries with high levels of income.... More

The Lone Ranger

Some may still remember when the out-going President of the United States, Donald Trump, reluctantly agreed to wear a mask to protect himself from COVID-19 and said he felt like "The Lone Ranger," a fictional TV character from the old American West.... More